66891-3Have you ever been involved in a man-made disaster,
such as a fire, train crash, car accident, or building collapse [LTVH]Active
- Have you ever been involved in a man-made disaster, such as a fire, train crash, car accident, or building collapse
- Short Name
- Man-made disaster LTVH
- Have you ever been involved in a man-made disaster, such as a fire, train crash, car accident, or building collapse?
Normative Answer List LL361-7
Source: Regenstrief Institute
|Yes Copyright http://snomed.info/sct ID:373066001 Yes (qualifier value)||LA33-6|
|No Copyright http://snomed.info/sct ID:373067005 No (qualifier value)||LA32-8|
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|LOINC||Long Common Name|
|62911-3||PhenX domain - Psychosocial|
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- zh-CNChinese (China)
如火灾、 火车撞车事故、 汽车事故或建筑物倒塌: 发现: 时间点: ^患者: 序数型: LTVH
- it-ITItalian (Italy)
- E' mai stato coinvolto in un disastro causato dall'uomo, come un incendio, un incidente ferroviario, un incidente d'auto, o il collasso di un edificio:
Osservazione: Pt: ^Paziente: Ord: LTVH
- es-MXSpanish (Mexico)
- ¿Alguna vez ha estado involucrado en un desastre causado por el hombre, como un incendio, un accidente de tren, un accidente automovilístico o el colapso de un edificio?:
Tipo: Punto temporal: ^ Paciente: Ordinal: LTVH
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